Students began fall semester classes at Joliet Junior College Aug. 25, but for those who didn’t get a chance to sign up, there is still time to register for late start classes. Many of the classes still available are online classes that begin Sept. 22 and before.
Some of the late start classes still available include (but are not limited to): Cultural Anthropology (ANTH.275.W2), Medical Terminology (BIO.100.W5), Elementary Statistics (MATH.128.W4), Life Span: A Survey of Human Development (PSYC.215.W6), Computer Information Systems (CIS.122.W3), and Microsoft Office (CIS.126.Q2).
JJC also has a number of eight-week classes beginning Oct. 21 and ending Dec. 11. These classes would be both on the Main Campus and online.
Students can not only save thousands of dollars by completing their first two years of college at JJC as opposed to a four-year school, they can apply for financial aid and scholarships to help pay for college.
In addition to a wide variety of transfer degrees and programs, JJC offers career and technical programs such as nursing, paramedic, fire science technology, culinary arts, veterinary medical technology, and many more.
In addition to these academic classes, many of JJC’s lifelong learning classes are still open as well, including (but not limited to) Sewing for Beginners (LLC.3525), starting Sept. 22, Heartsaver CPR (LLC.3637), starting Sept. 22, and Social Security 101 (LLC 4751), starting Oct. 8.
For more information about registering for a late start class at JJC,returning students can contact the Registration Office at
815-744-2200 or visit their website at www.jjc.edu/academics/registration/pages/genreal-petition.aspx. New students should visit the Admissions website at http://www.jjc.edu/admissions/Pages/default.aspx, or contact the Admissions Office at 815-280-2493 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Admissions Office and Regitration Office are located in the Campus Center at 1215 Houbolt Road in Joliet.